Storm sign a pair of U18 Cariboo Cougars

The Grande Prairie Storm are proud to announce the signing of 2006 LD Kenyon McIsaac and 2006 Forward Isaiah Bagri. The teammates suited up for the U18 Cariboo Cougars last season playing in the BCEHL U18 league. In 26 regular season games last season the Prince George native McIsaac led the defence core with 7 goals 23 assists totalling 30 points while racking up 62 penalty minutes. The Quesnel BC product Bagri would lead the team in scoring as he racked up 57 total points 21 of them being goals in 34 games while picking up 92 penalty minutes.


GM Mark Bomersback had this to say about the signing of Kenyon and Isaiah” very excited to have these two joining our organization. With Kenyon you’re getting a very good skating mobile D with a good skill level who doesn’t shy away from the physical play. He’s not the biggest guy but he’s a strong kid who’s solid on his skates and likes to bring some physicality to the game as well. Isaiah who can play center or wing is an offensive minded forward that has great hockey IQ and high skill level. He’s gonna be able to help create some offence for us and has the potential to be an offensive threat in the AJ for years to come”.


Kenyon McIsaac thoughts on joining the Storm.” I couldn’t be more excited to go to Grande Prairie and join the Storm. The opportunity to join a first class organization with a top notch fan base and facility in a great community was a no brainer. Talking with Mark and the staff hearing their commitment on building a winning team/ culture made my decision easy when weighing my options. I plan to put all the work necessary to be ready to help make a positive impact to help the team reach our goals next season.”


” Very excited to be joining the Storm. I can’t wait to get up there in August and get things going. Seeing the rink and hearing about the fans / support they get will be awesome to see live.” Noted Bagri


Storm fans can get their first look at the Duo when the Storm’s main camp opens up in late August.